I love this chicken curry. It’s full of richness – a beautiful colour, and when you take a bite, the taste is just superb. Making a curry at home can be a bit tricky, especially if you don’t know your spices too well. So it is very important that you should get to know plenty of spices, where and when to use them and what they can add to certain dishes. Some spices don’t go together at all, so please take some time to learn as much as you can about them and experiment with them too. I also find a lot of curries are cooked with plenty of butter or ghee to make them rich, but you don’t have to, if you are watching your waistline.
This recipe was given to by my favourite store owner (Sayed) in my town. I have known Sayed and his family for a long time. He likes my couscous so much he keeps asking me to make him more.Therefore he gave me this recipe in exchange! I believe he was a chef in his own restaurant once. My family loves this dish and I have made it many, many times. I have had many authentic Indian curries but this one is my favourite. Who needs a take away when you can make curry like this?
There are many nice recipes here on many website, so please take the time to have a good read and experiment or even challenge you self.
Here’s how to make this one: